SENIOR SALUTE ...

Hat’s off to DHS scholars in national competition

By Staff Report

October 25, 2006 at 12:46 pm  | Mobile Reader | Pring this storyPrint 

SENIOR SALUTE ...
Congratulations to Destrehan High School seniors –Sharion Scott and Valicia Miller – who were named semifinalists in the National Achievement Scholarship program.


Scott is the daughter of Jacqueline and Gregory Scott of Montz. She is the secretary of the Beta club, the treasurer of the DHS Honors Scholars, and is a member of the DHS National Honor Society, the Culture Club, Mu Alpha Theta and the WISE ecology club. Scott is also a wing commander with the award-winning DHS Air Force Junior ROTC. Scott has earned recognition as a principal’s scholar for the past three years. She won the RPCIC essay contest, and placed at the school and district science fairs.

Valicia Miller is the daughter of Vera and Richard Miller of St. Rose. She is currently a member of the varsity basketball and tennis teams. She serves as vice-president of Mu Alpha Theta, vice-president of the DHS Honors Scholars, and is a member of the Beta club, the DHS National Honor Society, the Science Olympiad and the Quiz Bowl team. She also participates in the DHS Culture Club choir. Miller has earned recognition as a principal’s scholar for three years and was a Times-Picayune Senior Salute. She has a perfect 4.0 GPA. She has been recognized by “Who’s Who Among American High School Students” for four years.




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